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Janice check your charger it could not be charging the batteries. Now always charge your batteries overnight while you sleep When you get up lights on the charger should be red and green if they are red and yellow then the charger hasn't fully charged the batteries and overnight should be more than enough time to charge fully. This could indicate a bad battery remember new doesn't always mean good. Like they say always charge before use and this goes for new batteries too you need to charge new batteries nightly for 10-15 days before they start operating at 100%. If when you plug in the charger before bed and the lights are red and green then there is a problem with the charger or the batteries or the charger circuit Hope this helps you
Dell Inspiron 1525 PC Notebook
Hi,\r\nAt my dell 1525 the battery...
Hi, At my dell 1525 the battery status led flashes 4x orange folowed by a blue flash a.s.o. The dell... (More) Hi, At my dell 1525 the battery status led flashes 4x orange folowed by a blue flash a.s.o. The dell manual identifies the battery as the cause. But, except for this optical signalisation, the laptop works well, the battery is charging, the AC adaptor is working properly. What is happening? Stefan
UNLESS YOU HAVE WARRANTY LEFT,IT'S UP TO YOU FOR REPAIR COST..THE WIRELESS CONTROL MODULE THAT CHECKS FOR THE PROPER KEY SIGNAL MAY HAVE FAILED OR YOUR KEY TRANSPONDER MAY BE DEFECTIVE..ANYTHING ELECTRONIC TODAY IS EXPENSIVE TO REPAIR
The green light does not necessarily mean there is power to the unit or charging the battery. If the unit is more than 3-5 years old, you may have success with replacing the battery. If you have a power source with sufficient current output capabilities then you could try that with the battery removed.
this is typicaly caused by an internal fault. it is very likely that the o/d band has broken. a quality transmission shop can identify this quickly. it is very rare for anything other than internal fault of trans, but still possible